Lyndsay E. Rowland
Lyndsay, an associate in the Fort Washington office, focuses her practice in creditor’s rights; handling workouts, loan restructuring and litigation for her clients. She serves a wide range of clients, including banks and corporations, in areas including: debt restructuring and workouts; equipment leasing, finance and recovery; bankruptcy and reorganizations; secured transactions; residential and commercial foreclosures; and issues involving the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Lyndsay is licensed in the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, assisting clients with filing lawsuits for money judgments as well as foreclosures of real property and replevin of secured property. Once judgments are obtained, she uses her experience to advise clients with locating assets of defendants, repossessing secured property and executing on those outstanding judgments.
Additionally, Lyndsay assists and provides guidance to clients with respect to the liquidation of SBA guaranteed loans once those loans have gone into default. The assistance can range from consultation on a liquidation plan to forbearance and loan modification agreements to assistance with guaranty purchase packages.
• New Jersey
• United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
• United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
• National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders
• Philadelphia Bar Association
• Duquesne University School of Law, JD, 2007
• University of North Carolina at Wilmington, B.S. 2003
Direct Dial: 267.470.1154
Address: 1300 Virginia Drive, Suite 325
Fort Washington, PA 19034
- August 30, 2017: Best Practices: Collateral Changes to SBA Loans
- May 31, 2017: Best Practices: Documenting Equity Injection to Protect Your Guaranty
- March 15, 2017: Best Practices: Why a Forbearance Agreement May be a Win-Win Solution for Dealing with a Struggling Borrower
- January 25, 2017: Best Practices: Why Lenders Should Consider Buying Back SBA Loans From The Secondary Market
- August 24, 2016: Best Practices: Having a Second Set of Eyes Review Your Loan Documents is Always A Good Idea